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Teen Tragically Dies in Horrific Accident While Driving Red Corvette His Mom Rented for Prom

High school football star, 19, dies after flipping Corvette mom rented for him for prom | By ASHLEY COLLMAN FOR DAILYMAIL.COM A high school football star died Tuesday, two days after getting into a car crash after prom in the Corvette his mom rented him for the occasion. Taletrius ‘TJ’ Bradley died Tuesday morning from a brain injury sustained in the early Sunday crash in Plantation, Florida. The Deerfield Beach High School senior was set to graduate on Sunday. He had

Two injured when Corvette hits tree on Huron River Drive near Ann Arbor

SCIO TOWNSHIP, MI – The 21-year-old driver of the Chevrolet Corvette that crashed Saturday, May 27 near Ann Arbor was likely going too fast and lost control of the vehicle, police say. At 11:30 a.m. Saturday, a Corvette struck a tree on Huron River Drive east of Wagner Road in Scio Township, just west of Ann Arbor. http://s.mlive.com/MMvk2eO By Lindsay Knake | lknake@mlive.com Email the author | Follow on Twitter on May 30, 2017 at 2:32 PM, updated May 30,

Danica Patrick acquires new pet themed primary sponsor for select 2017 events CODE 3 ASSOCIATES IS A PET WELFARE ADVOCATE

  HOMESTEAD, Fla. — Danica Patrick, the highest-finishing woman in the Indianapolis 500 and Daytona 500 and the only female driver ever to win a pole in the NASCAR Cup Series, will compete in both races next year before retiring as a race car driver. “It just came from my heart, and I think it’s going to be awesome,” Patrick said Friday about her decision during an emotional news conference at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Patrick, 35, told The Associated Press it took

NHRA New England Nationals: Complete Sunday results updated standings BRITTANY FORCE, MATT HAGAN, ERICA ENDERS SCORE WALLYS AT NEW ENGLAND DRAGWAY

The 2017 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series season continues at the NHRA Summernationals at Old Bridge Township Raceway Park June 8-11.PHOTO BY NHRA NHRA New England Nationals: Sunday results updated standings Final finish order (1-16) at the fifth annual NHRA New England Nationals at New England Dragway.  The race is the ninth of 24 events in the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series. TOP FUEL: 1.  Brittany Force; 2.  Antron Brown; 3.  Leah Pritchett; 4.  Shawn Langdon; 5.  Scott

Two-Time World Champ Erica Enders Readies For Season Of Redemption

By Dragzine For two glorious seasons from 2014-2015, Erica Enders was on top of the drag racing world, winning back-to-back titles in arguably the toughest category in all motorsports, NHRA Pro Stock. An impressive 15 victories during the stretch was punctuated by her incredible driving prowess. She was, quite simply, peerless. Last season the proud Texan returned to earth after a switch to another manufacturer, going winless en route to a sagging ninth-place finish overall. Now, with a new season

Corvette Racing Receives Invitations to the 2017 24 Hours of Le Mans

By Keith Cornett Last week the ACO released the 60 entries for the 24 Hours of Le Mans and as expected, Corvette Racing’s C7.Rs received their invitations to race at the summer endurance classic held in June. The Corvettes will be facing off against a nearly identical list from 2016 of works-supported entries in the GTE-Pro class which include Ford, Ferrari, Aston Martin and Porsche. Invitations are required to race at Le Mans unless the team received an automatic bid.

2019 Corvette LT5 V8 Nicknamed “Big Ass Supercharger” In Development

  Posted on Dec 11, 2017 By Dave Cruikshank 2019 Corvette LT5 V8 Nicknamed “Big Ass Supercharger” In Development Back in 2016 when Power Automedia was in Las Vegas covering SEMA, we saw a mysterious supercharger prototype over at Eaton’s display. At 2,650 cubic centimeters is was huge. When we asked when it would be available, we were told by an Eaton spokesperson that “Only after it was introduced via an OEM, would we see it on the aftermarket.” Back in

GM CEO Mary Barra Dives Into Her Plan To Hire More Female Engineers

The statistics are quite shocking: the share of women in the computing workforce has dropped to just 24 percent from its figure of 37 percent in 1995. To combat this, General Motors has devised a new partnership with the non-profit “Girls Who Code” organization. The partnership was announced last week, and it’s both GM CEO Mary Barra‘s and GWC’s goal to inspire the next generation of women engineers and computer science professionals. The initiative, which promises a $250,000 grant from

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